Frameless showers showcase tile work and add spaciousness to a bath. They can bring a contemporary edge to the room and make even small baths live large. This frameless enclosure shows off the shower's classic tile treatments: white subway tile on the walls and black-and-white mosaic tile on the floor.
Triton thermostatic electric showers start at around £230, making them pricier than non-thermostatic models. This is because they have a thermostatic regulator that is designed to keep the water temperature steady if the incoming water pressure suddenly drops because someone else uses mains water at the same time.
Make a design statement with a shower floor that adds eye-catching color or interesting texture. In this bath, a custom blend of clear glass tile, opaque glass tile, and Carrara marble tile brings shades of white, gray, and blue to the shower floor. The floor’s unique pattern complements the aqua wall tiles and adds lively pattern underfoot. Two showerheads and a corner bench ensure the shower is as practical as it is stylish.
Partial walls around this shower offer a welcome sense of enclosure, while glass panels above the walls ensure the shower feels light and airy. Iridescent glass mosaic tile on the upper walls and onyx slabs on the lower walls provide textural contrast within a soothing color palette. A strip of brown glass tile separates the two wall surfaces and mimics the look of a chair rail.
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